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Foo Fighters sold out Citi Field, add 2nd night (updated tour dates); Dave Grohl was a "good omen" for the new Cribs LP
Jan 29, 2015 9:25am | Brooklyn Vegan
photo: Foo Fighters at Irving Plaza in 2014 (more by
Foo Fighters have a big stadium tour coming up that's set to hit NYC on July 16 at Citi Field (home of The Mets). That show sold out, but they've since added a second show happening a day earlier (7/15) at the same venue. Both are with Royal Blood. Tickets for the new date go on sale at 10 AM on Friday (1/30). Updated dates are listed below.
In related news, NME reports that Dave Grohl stopped by The Cribs' studio when they were recording their upcoming Ric Ocasek-produced LP, and bassist/singer Gary Jarman called his appearance a "good omen":
"We left to go get pizza and withing three minutes we returned with Dave Grohl," the bass player said. "We played with him in Ireland and he was like, 'The Cribs? I love you guys!' We thought it was a really good omen for the first day of the record - it was just like a rabbit's foot or something."Looking forward to seeing what Grohl's magical powers can do when the record comes out in March (hear a song).
Foo Fighters dates below...
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Pet Sun filmed a live session video, going on tour (dates)
Jan 29, 2015 9:20am | Brooklyn Vegan
photo by Alicia Giammaria
Last year we wrote about Canadian garage pop-punks Pet Sun around the time they put out their debut EP and came to NYC for CMJ. They've now got another tour beginning tonight (1/29) that brings them back to our side of the border in February. It includes a return to NYC on February 13 at Cake Shop with Weird Womb (who they played with at CMJ), Moral Panic (ex-Livids) and Nail Polish. $8 at the door. All dates are listed below.
Pet Sun also recently signed to The Hand Recordings and are planning a new album for late summer. Meanwhile, they have a new live session video for "Feel Like I'm Going Away," the title track off last year's EP, which premieres in this post. Watch that, with the list of tour dates, below...
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Tom Petty Releases Statement About The Sam Smith Thing
Jan 29, 2015 9:19am | StereoGum
Sam Smith has been having a rough time of it this month, and part of the reason is that “Stay With Me,” Smith’s breakout hit from last year, turns out to be a little too close for comfort to Tom Petty’s 1989 song “I Won’t Back Down.” Earlier this week, the news came out that an out-of-court settlement awarded Petty and “I Won’t Back Down” co-writer Jeff Lynne a 12.5% writing credit on “Stay With Me.” According to a statement from Smith’s camp, Smith and his co-writers were “not previously familiar” with “I Won’t Back Down” but that they “acknowledged the similarity” and had no trouble coming to an immediate agreement. Petty has now issued a no-hard-feelings statement on the whole affair, and here it is:
Lower Dens will 'Escape from Evil' on new LP (stream a song), playing release show at Baby's All RIght
Jan 29, 2015 9:13am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Bill Pearis
Lower Dens will release their third album, Escape from Evil, on May 31 via Ribbon Music. The first single from the album, "To Die in LA," is maybe the most straight-forward pop song Jana Hunter and crew have done yet, and you can stream it below.
The band will celebrate the new album on release day (3/31) at Baby's All Right with Matteah Baim and Gold Dime. Tickets are on sale now. It's their only announced date at the moment.
Check out album art, tracklist and song stream below...
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Flight of the Conchords announce plans for reunion tour, which will include new material
Jan 29, 2015 9:08am | Cosequence Of Sound
After a long wait, the clock will soon strike business time: Flight of the Conchords are plotting their first tour together in five years.
According to Billboard, Jemaine Clement and partner Bret McKenzie are “planning on touring later on in the year in the States.” While specific details remain as-yet-unconfirmed, the duo will be debuting new material during these shows. “I really don’t like the studio part of music,” Clement explained. “I more enjoy playing live and letting others take care of the recording.”
Clement revealed the news during a promotional appearance at Sundance behind his latest film People, Places, Things.
After their titular HBO series halted production in 2009, Flight of the Conchords embarked on a very brief tour in mid-2010. Their activity has been sporadic since then, limited to a few one-off performances in 2012 and the release of a charity single for Red Nose Day. Last fall, reports surfaced of a tentative return to HBO, only for Clement and McKenzie to later clarify they were developing a separate project for the broadcasting giant. However, a long-rumored Flight of the Conchords movie/musical is still being considered.
Below, watch FoC perform “The Most Beautiful Girl (in the Room)” during a 2009 appearance on Letterman.
Lower Dens To Die In L.A.
Jan 29, 2015 9:05am | StereoGum
On their last album, 2012′s beautiful Nootropics, the Baltimore band Lower Dens explored some new middle ground between motorik krautrock pulse and headspun dream-pop drift. This spring, the band will follow that one up with Escape From Evil, their third album. And “To Die In L.A.,” the first single from the LP, sure seems to indicate that they’re taking another leap into the unknown. “To Die In L.A.” is, more or less, a synth-rock song, and there’s plenty of New Order in its DNA. But the band still has its own particular kind of dreamy drift, especially thanks to frontwoman Jana Hunter’s dark authority. Hunter produced the album, while indie rock producer-to-the-stars Chris Coady mixed it. Meanwhile, studio-pop auteur Ariel Rechtshaid contributed “production elements,” as did Lower Dens band member Walker Teret. Below, listen to “To Die In L.A.”
Iceland Airwaves fest announces initial 2015 lineup
Jan 29, 2015 8:53am | Brooklyn Vegan
Long-running, eclectic and generally well-regarded music festival Iceland Airwaves will happen November 5 - 9, 2015 in Reykjavík. They've just announced the initial lineup which includes Ariel Pink, Perfume Genius, GusGus, Spanish bands Mourn and Hinds, East India Youth and more. Lots more bands still to be announced, but tickets are on sale now.
Initial 2015 Iceland Airwaves line-up listed, along with an announcement video, below...
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Watch Jack White Reunite The Raconteurs, Sing With Loretta Lynn In Nashville Last Night
Jan 29, 2015 8:51am | StereoGum
Last night, Jack White played a big show at Bridgestone Arena, in his adapted hometown of Nashville, and he brought some surprises. During the encore, he reunited with the Raconteurs, his band with Brendan Benson, and they played the Raconteurs songs “Salute Your Solution” and “Steady As She Goes.” He also brought out the country legend Loretta Lynn, an old friend. White produced Lynn’s 2004 album Van Lear Rose, and the two duetted on the Van Lear Rose single “Portland, Oregon,” a well as “Whispering Sea,” a B-side that Lynn wrote in 1955 and hadn’t sung live in years. Below, watch some fan-made video from the show.
Video : Lxury : Square 1 (feat. Deptford Goth)
Jan 29, 2015 8:47am | My Old Kentucky Blog
South London’s Lxury has his newest EP, Into The Everywhere, out now via the label Greco-Roman. The release is a interesting blend of electronic subgenres such as trance, house, and ambient woven into lush layers and textures. The most accessible track on the release might come in the form of “Square 1″ featuring the vocals of Deptford Goth, which we now have a video for. Directed by Mau Morgo, the visual is a CGI take on African funeral rituals. From Morgo:
In the Dogon funeral ritual, the relationship between the dead and alive is made through dance, not words there is nothing simpler than body language. (The video) starts with a presentation of the characters as if they were wooden African statues in a dark museum. Later when the ritual starts, the dance begins. The right hands represent the ones that are alive they dance with the dead (left hands) – to guide them to a better place. During the final moments, both come together, merging into one before disappearing the ritual has finished, everyone is in his place.
Solvey Solvey (Stereogum Premiere)
Jan 29, 2015 8:44am | StereoGum
After contributing vocals to the latest projects from Hooray For Earth and Autre Ne Veut and earning Band To Watch honors as part of sisterly duo Zambri, New Yorker Jessica Zambri has branched out from her former band’s weirdo electro-pop to grandiose indie rock and begun performing under the name Solvey. Zambri’s husband, former Hooray For Earth frontman Noel Heroux, is backing her up in this new venture, so in one sense it’s a family affair, but it’s really more of a solo project for Zambri. That’s her vision coming to life in the decadent blend of layered vocals, thunderous drums and epic bass swells of “Solvey,” a track from Solvey’s upcoming album Solvey. (Yep, she pulled a Bad Company and/or Black Sabbath and/or Iron Maiden!) The song careens forward in true anthemic fashion as Zambri asks, “Where are you going/Can I come too?.” Zambri and Heroux co-produced the track, with Future Islands/Beach House producer Chris Coady handling the mixing. Hear it below.
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard touring after Bonnaroo
Jan 29, 2015 8:33am | Brooklyn Vegan
photo::: King Gizzard @ BVCMJ 2014 (more by Amanda
Frenzied Australian mass King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard spent a good chunk of 2014 in the US and Canada on tour (and a lot of that hanging out in NYC). They'll be heading back this way for Bonnaroo and will then do a short, week-long North American tour. The NYC stop happens on June 19 at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (1/30) at noon.
All dates are listed, along with the video for their single "Cellophane," below...
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watch Panda Bears short film Greeting the Reaper
Jan 29, 2015 8:30am | Gorilla Vs Bear
[directed by Sam Fleischner / shot in Lisbon]
Watch: Dralms - Crushed Pleats [Premiere]
Jan 29, 2015 8:30am | The Line Of Best Fit
Vancouver-based producer Christopher Smith has unveiled the video for "Crushed Pleats", his debut track under latest guise, Dralms.>
Big Awesome releasing debut LP (stream a track)
Jan 29, 2015 8:28am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Andrew Sacher
South Carolina's Big Awesome describe their sound on Facebook as "Pip farting on a snare drum," and that's not the only bit of '90s culture this band references. Their new single, "What Grows Up Must Come Down," is a jangly rocker that sounds like a lost Buzz Bin gem cut with a dose of Jade Tree emo. It's set to appear on their debut LP, Party On, due out this spring via Jetsam-Flotsam. The track premieres in this post and can be listened to below.
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Black Sabbaths Geezer Butler Jailed After Bar Fight
Jan 29, 2015 8:23am | StereoGum
Geezer Butler is a 65-year-old millionaire, and he’s taken up vegan activism in recent years. But he’s also the bassist and lyricist for motherfucking Black Sabbath, and if you see him down at your local tavern, he is the wrong man to test. TMZ reports that sheriff’s deputies in Inyo County, Nevada arrested Butler after a bar brawl in Death Valley’s Furnace Creek Ranch on Tuesday night. (Somehow, Death Valley seems like the perfect place for dudes from Black Sabbath to be getting into bar fights.) Police charged him with battery, vandalism, and disorderly conduct, and they let him out yesterday morning.
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